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Rebecca Shaw graduated from Trinity Hall, Cambridge in 2009 with a BA/MEng from the Department of Chemical Engineering. Her master's project with the CoMo group focused on reduced the TiCl4 to TiO2 reaction mechanism.
In October 2009, she started her Ph.D, which focuses on detailed mechanism reduction of large chemical reactions. Rebecca is currently a member of Wolfson College, Cambridge. Her Ph.D is sponsored by the EPSRC
and the Wolfson College Bursary
. Rebecca enjoys brass bands and funky shoes.
112: Using timescale analysis for optimising large chemical kinetic reaction mechanisms
ref: Technical Report 112, c4e-Preprint Series, Cambridge, 2012 by Rebecca Shaw, George Brownbridge, Sebastian Mosbach, Markus Kraft, and Terese Løvås
111: A virtual octane test simulator for gasoline/ethanol blends
ref: Technical Report 111, c4e-Preprint Series, Cambridge, 2012 by Andrew J. Smallbone, Rebecca Shaw, Neal M. Morgan, and Markus Kraft
86: A novel pathway for flame synthesis of silica nanoparticles
ref: Technical Report 86, c4e-Preprint Series, Cambridge, 2010 by Shraddha Shekar, Markus Sander, Rebecca Shaw, Alastair J. Smith, Andreas Braumann, and Markus Kraft
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